A manufacturer of consumer, professional and office imaging devices, Plustek (News
) Technology is set to exhibit a full line of new products at the upcoming Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
OpticFilm Series, the OpticBook A300, the BookReader V100, the MobileOffice D600, and the Plustek Network Video Recorder NVR 4000 are the products expected to be displayed.
With these products, users can avoid paper waste and “go-green.” In addition, company officials said that these products help customers increase productivity at work and play.
The Plustek OpticFilm Scanner Series converts film and slides of memories into digital files in the form of eco-friendly digital albums, screen savers, e-mails, and more.
Equipped with OpticBook A300, the Plustek OpticBook Scanner Series helps scan books and other bounded materials for academic study and information sharing. Officials said that it helps to create eco-friendly digital files.
BookReader V100 converts text to MP3 audio format that reduces paper waste. Officials said that it eliminates the need to print hard copies of reports, books or other text.
Using Plustek BookReader V100, both business professionals and the general consumer can convert text into MP3 audio files and listen to them anytime.
The company has especially designed the mobile scanner called MobileOffice D600 to convert checks, receipts, plastic cards, embossed cards, and ID cards into various digital formats such as JPG, BMP, TIF, Word, Excel, and searchable PDF files in minutes.
This product captures both sides of documents and transfers them into a pre-defined directory location by the press of a button, according to company officials.
Additionally, the company will feature network video recorder, the NVR 4000, together with AXIS network cameras, to offer a comprehensive surveillance solution for detecting shoplifters,
The NVR 4000 connects directly to an existing network and can be managed through LAN or the Internet. The recorder stores images for up to 14 days from four IP cameras.
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Edited by Michelle Robart